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    January 21, 2013
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convention center. here is a look inside one of them. the public ball. people are starting to gather. the president and michelle obama will attend both, including this one, this will feature military men and women and this is upstairs, this is the commander in chief bowl. we will bring you live pictures as it follows and we have team coverage tonight starting with ktvu's tori campbell. >> reporter: another massive crowd showed up today to celebrate the inauguration of president obama for his second term. 20 jumbo trons allowed the crowds to witness the ceremony and hear the president's address. >> our journey is not complete
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till we find a better way towelcome the -- to welcome the immigrants who still see america as the land of opportunity. the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations. >> reporter: we ran into ellen and asked her what she thought. >> there were many references to women, you know, how it is important for women to have equal wages, great job and also he made references to preserving the environment. >> reporter: later there was the parade. it traved 1.5 miles from the capital to pennsylvania avenue. >> we feel extremely honored. we were one of a few non-profits
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chosen. we are excited. >> the group had to get to their staging air at 9:00 a.m. this morning and didn't match till after 4:00 p.m. celebrating our history and traditions but once the crowds are gone the government has to get back to the business of running the country. tori campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> as you can see thousands of people there and thousands flooded the capital to watch history happen as president obama was sworn in for a second term. ktvu's ken pritchett was there as thousands of supporters applauded and cried. live now to washington with more. ken? >> reporter: well, this afternoon one official estimated 1 million people.
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it is less than the 1.8 million who attended four years ago. an impressive sight to see. >> i was here. >> reporter: this man talking t- shirts was part of history, long with everyone who filled the mall. >> amazing. great experience. >> reporter: people walked for blocks. and standing in long lines to get through security gates. she says it is better than four years ago. >> it is better. a lot colder. >> reporter: most people had to watch the ceremony on giant screens. >> so help you god. >> reporter: the swearing in was just part of the show for the crowd. hoping to get a glance of the president. >> yes. it is worth it. i breathed the air president
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obama breathed. >> reporter: the president stepped out of the lemo and walked down pennsylvania -- limo and walked down pennsylvania avenue. >> i did experience, you know, something of this magnitude. >> reporter: in a half hour more from the president's speech, labeled by some as historic. in washington, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> here at home the opera house offered a live broadcast for the san francisco community. >> thank you. god bless you. >> they gathered to watch the speech. one woman came away with tears in her eyes. >> we got him back in office and this is important for us to
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vote and get our votes in so that way we can have days like this. >> she was also thrilled the inauguration fell on mlk day. >> a critical response to the president's address. he took issue with president obama's style saying he is not likely to change and will continue to have a limited agenda and will governor largely through executive order. now live again to washington, d.c. to the convention center. there are two officials balls this time. there were 9 during the last inauguration ceremonies. this is one of them inside the convention center. a public ball and a military ball upstairs and we will continue to monitor the events. and we will bring you live pictures. the city of piedmont is not known for violence but tonight
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police are investigating two robberies. ktvu's jade hernandez joins us with more about a close call for one family. jade? >> reporter: police say the robbers carried a shotgun and a hand gun. >> reporter: before sun rise police received a call about a suspicious door bell ring. as police responded 10 minutes later 4-5 robbers hit a house on the same block. the couple inside not hurt. across town, armed robbers struck again. >> the wife was putting out the garbage and she heard a shot. >> reporter: that shot may have been a warning at the second home invasion. the robbers again forced their way inside.
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when the wife screamed someone punched her, locked the husband down stairs. as they left the wife fallowed them out, that is when the gun shot rang out. >> this one is very unusual. both in the time of crime and the time. >> reporter: he opened his door to show dogs that scared away the robbers. >> these people, you know, they are coming at us but the dogs were loud and scared them out. >> reporter: a neighbor said a burglary pushed her into buying an alarm system. >> i guess i have to have one now. this is really scary. >> reporter: piedmont is a target because of its location. >> it is easy to get out easy. >> reporter: the car had front
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end damage and a african american woman was seen driving. at the second house they tried to make off with a computer, video equipment and a safe. there were four home invasions last year. reporting live, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. san francisco police are searching for the person behind a over night shooting around 1:00 a.m. the victim was identified by family members. he was walking home when someone started shooting. the family is questions why they were targeted. >> if someone witnessed the person that shot and killed my son that they would come forward. >> the other victim was rushed to san francisco general hospital with several gun shot wounds. he is expected to survive. this is san francisco's third homicide of the year.
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bart officials are stepping up security after a man was killed and a woman was injured on saturday afternoon. boilings are meeting tomorrow -- bart officials are meeting tomorrow to discuss what happened and ways to increase safety and security at the station. police will likely put more officers on patrol and install better lighting. police in georgia are searching for a 49er fan who stabbed a falcon's fan in the throat yesterday in atlanta. the 35-year-old fan is expected to survive his injuries. after the championship game the victim got into a fight with a man and two women who were rooting for the 49ers but the fight turned violent and that is when one fan stabbed the other fan. in 7 minutes, the 49ers are back in the bay area, coach
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harbaugh's comments. new at 5:00 p.m. a rescue this afternoon at ocean beach. news chopper 2 was over head spotting the surfer stranded on the rocks and crews told him to jump back in to the water. janet joins us live with how the surfer got into trouble and the rescue that took place. >> reporter: it was a beautiful day out here but it could have been a deadly outing for the surfer. he got too far from shore and then started cramping up and ended up getting stranded at seal rock and the rescue boat couldn't get in close enough to reach him. the call came in this afternoon. you can see the surfer was stranded on seal rock. officials tell me he was out
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with a friend but started cramping and couldn't make it back to shore so he climbed on back of the rock. a police boat arrived but it was too dangerous to get close enough. that is when four swimmers went out and attempted the rescue. they had the surfer jump back into the water and when he had trouble one gave him the larger surf board. the surfer was a navsis only been -- novice and only been out a few times. . >> make sure you go out in partners and stay vigilant and also know what your skill level is. the water has been rough. >> reporter: officials say the man is all right tonight but a reminder this is the season of powerful waves. there have been more than a
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half dozen water rescue calls over the weekend. they are warning people to be careful or avoid the water at this time, especially if you don't have a lot of experience. reporting live, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. today is the national day to honor the life and legacy of martin luther king, jr. ktvu's job r joins us with -- rob roth joins us with the annual train ride. >> reporter: all day long people came here to honor the legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr. >> reporter: hundreds of people boarded cal train for the freedom train from san jose to san francisco. it commemorates the alabama civil civil rights march. >> this is for all americans. to get out and enjoy this day and to celebrate and remember the struggles that we all have
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been through. [ singing ] >> reporter: hundreds of people join said them for a mile and a half march to the gardens. >> celebrating dr. king and celebrating community. that is important. >> reporter: more than a thousand people attended prayer services services and presentations on the life of dr. king. she knew and marched with dr. king. >> very, very nice. he was a wonderful person. wonderful person. non-violent. turning of the cheek. >> reporter: she was one of many african americans turned away that voting both. joining a dangerous protest march. she marched with dr. king on the civil rights march. >> very, very scary and a memorable experience that just
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doesn't go away. >> reporter: many people said a lot changed but more needs to change. reporting live in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. 49er head coach jim harbaugh had a lot to say today, we will let you hear what he is not looking forward to when he gets to the super bowl. >> what you can expect for tomorrow and when you may need that umbrella coming up. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows.
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jim harbaugh went before reporters this afternoon. ktvu's robert handa is live where the coach made it clear he does not want the headline about him going head to head against his brother. >> reporter: that's right. there has been anticipation from the new stadium to the game, but today a sense of accomplishment, the super bowl
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and the coach is enjoying it, even though he has to deal with the hype of the other team's head coach. >> reporter: jim harbaugh was in a good mood today as he arrived for his new conference. they had a happy flight home after the victory. jim harbaugh demonstrated how happy as he praised various players. >> just the way colin kaepernick runs. you know, the gracefulness of his stride, the ground that he covers. it reminds me of me when i run. [ laughter ] >> and then i wake up. [ laughter ] >> reporter: jim harbaugh seemed resigned to the fact much of the hype will focus on the relationship with his brother john. jim harbaugh called it a blessing and a curse. >> you know, the curse part would be that, you know, the talk of, you know, two brothers
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playing in the super bowl, and what that takes way from the players. >> reporter: despite jim harbaugh's attitude some fans today called the contest historic. >> we have been hoping all year this would happen. the harbowl. when is this going to happen again? never. >> reporter: jim harbaugh emphasized they love each other but don't plan to talk much till after the game. at 6:00 p.m. more from fans on souvenirs and getting to the super bowl game. live, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. san francisco police released the number of arrests officers made following the 49ers championship victory. police made 12 arrests in the city. 9 for public intoxication, one for driving under the influence, one for assault for a deadly weapon.
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considering the size of the crowds celebrating last night police say problem were minimal. viewers are showing their support. sunday was a big day for this fan. his father returned home from circin afghanistan. -- from serving in afghanistan. can you guess which one is the real dog? send us your favorite fan pictures. e-mail them to us or "like" our ktvu channel 2 news facebook page and post them there. officials at the hospital are working with police to recover a doctor's stolen laptop. it was taken on january 9. it was reported stole hundred the doctor note -- solan when the doctor noticed it was -- stolen when the doctor noticed it was stolen. letters are being sent out.
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. jackknifed tractor-trailer blocked three lanes of interstate 880 this afternoon. the lanes are back open now but traffic is still recovering from the wreck that happened about 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. california highway patrol says 50 gallons of diesel spilled on the to highway. no injuries were reported and the cause is under investigation. firefighters are investigating a suspicious early more fire that city hall building. it started around 1:30 a.m. inside a dumpster. firefighters say the flames spread to the inside of the building but did not cause extensive damage. >> it is minimal. office supplies, papers. file cabinet. >> the building was empty at the time of the fire. no word on a suspect or a motive. firefighters are trying to figure out what caused a fire. the began before 10:00 p.m.
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last night at an apartment building on california street. they had the fire under control 45 minutes later. the building was left with a lot of damage. ice on the roadway is blamed for a string of single car crashes in contra costa county this morning. here is one that happened around 7:30 a.m. this morning. the car flipped on its side. they had to close the road because of water that got on to the roadway and froze. three separate non-injury accidents were reported just this morning. another chilly morning. however it warmed up nicely. rosemary is in for bill. nice weather. >> pleasant weather. but that nice weather will come to an end. we are going to begin to see a transition tomorrow and by wednesday many of us may need umbrellas. high clouds in the forecast.
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temperatures in the sticks in a few areas. the wind -- 60s in a few areas. the wind, five miles per hour. san jose five miles per hour. the temperatures right now, 55 degrees in antioch. 55 conquered. 57 napa. cooling off a bit. 60 degrees in santa rosa. 62 san francisco. long the peninsula, 61 menlow park. around the san jose area, feeling good, 64 degrees at the university. 60s in fremont. 54 in walnut creak. chilly here. inland cooling off already, another chilly start tomorrow morning. i am showing you that ridge of high pressure locked in over the state. weakening and this system on the back edge will bring us the possibility of scattered showers as early as wednesday morning. doesn't look like it will be a
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lot. it will be a change from what we have had over the last week. tomorrow slightly cooler. we start out tomorrow morning like where we have been. patchy frost possibility, patchy fog. temperatures near freezing. blow freezing. highs will by cooler than what we have been experiencing. wednesday, cloudy, cooler and rain. tomorrow morning, cold one, 28 in santa rosa. 37 in hayward. 40s san francisco. 40 degrees san mateo. you know what to expect now. into the afternoon, 63 redwood city. 60 pacifica. when i come back the rain forecast model, when i expect the rain and the extended forecast. >> thank you. repair plans for the bay
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bridge are taking shape. the time line for repairs and who pays the bill. >> and remembering a iconic figure, how a piece of history used today to help honor the late martin luther king, jr.
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i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, live
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out the true meaning. >> it is the most famous speech dr. martin luther king, jr. ever delivered, the i have a dream speech came during the civil rights march in washington august 1963. this is the holiday the nation isrooming dr. king -- is remembering dr. king and his dream. >> the holiday falls on the same day as the first african american president was ainaugurated for a second term. ainaugurateed for a second term. >> the fact that the president is using daddy's bible is heart warming for me. my father was a pastor so it reminds people of that. >> this is the 28 year the nation observed the martin luther king, jr. holiday.
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the first bill was introduced four days after dr. king was assassinated in 1968. 15 years later ronald reagan signed it. tomorrow investigators plan to conduct more tests on the battery system of boeing 787 dreamliners. the ntsb will carry out the tests in arizona. one battery caught fire that led to the grounding of the aircrafts world wide. caltrans will repair the bay bridge bumpers. the funders worked and there was no damage to the bridge structure. the bumpers are made of steal and plastic. repairs are estimated to cost $2 million. the commission hopes to have
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the company that owns the ship to pay for repairs. >> we are going to take a quick break and we will be right back.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> friends and co-workers paying tribute to two men who drowned while on vacation in hawaii this weekend. ktvu's allie rasmus is live in san francisco with more. >> reporter: we have seen large waves here this weekend but beachgoers 2400 miles away in hawaii faced similar conditions. it was a rogue wave that claimed the lives of the two bay area men, now friends are telling us more about them. >> reporter: this is the rocky
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remote beach adam griffiths and boulevard burger were working on friday, they were vacations on the north shore of kauai. >> he was going with his friends and he was grateful to be there. >> reporter: on this coast line a sneaker wave swept him out to sea. he dove in to save him, both men drowned. >> anyone in trouble, having a hard time, he was the first one to help you out. that didn't surprise me he died a hero. >> reporter: he moved to san francisco 10 years ago. >> very involved in the community. >> reporter: he worked for a mobile marketing company. his co-workers were sent home to grieve. >> he made our work place a fun place to be. >> reporter: boulevard burger was also a -- brian baker was
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also a fun person. he performed live every wednesday night in this bar room. >> sometimes he would walk around the dance floor. you see him and you light up. you can tell he is in the moment. >> reporter: full of life, friends say the way they lived makes it harder to accept their death. >> reporter: authorities were able to retrieve one body and they will decide whether or not to continue the search tomorrow. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. governor jerry brown was among the hundreds to attend a funeral today. kevin todd was dunned down last week -- gunned down last week. police officers attended the funeral services services and paid tribute. >> we have seen how he lived
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and yes, in part we have tearfully reflected on how he died. kevin earned this beautiful and inspiring tribute, indeed. >> he was an officer with the police department for 3-1/2 years and served as a military policeman in the army. prince harry has ended his second deployment as a pilot in afghanistan. they agreed not to report on his stint while he was there. in exchange prince harry provided interviews. he said he killed taliban fighters while protecting british troops. we want to take you live to the military ball in washington, d.c. maybe -- there we go. alicia keys right now. let's listen in just for a
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second. [ singing ] >> this is one of several events going on right now. there are only 2 balls but this is one that has some of the stars that we have been talking about throughout the day. now to ktvu's ken pritchett who is in washington, d.c. he joins us now from the nation's capital with what the president had to say about gay marriage and immigration. >> reporter: it is expected that a president's second inaugural speech will not live up to the first one, there are some saying portions of it are historic. >> congratulations, l president -- mr. president. >> reporter: before a crowd estimated by one officials topping 1 million people, the president delivered his speech, highlighting positives -- >> decade of war is now ending.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> an economic recovery has begun. >> i am very positive. encouraged. >> reporter: and the president called for unity. >> we cannot mistake solutism for principal -- absolutism for principal. >> reporter: he linked the civil rights movement with immigration, women's pay and support of gay rights. >> our journey isn't complete till our gay brothers and centers are treated like everyone else. >> reporter: president obama relished his last speech. >> i liked it. brought me to tears for a second. >> reporter: one officials put the estimated crowd size at 1
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million people, that is not official at this point. that is smaller than four years ago. right now there are two official balls and those are going on right now. in washington, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> www.ktvu.com has a section dedicated to today's festivities. click on the tab for more. speaker of the house john boehner took part in a presentation to the president and vice president. >> i am proud to present the flags that flew over this democracy today to president obama and vice president joe biden. and to jow gentlemen i say congratulations and god speed. >> the flags flew above the u.s. capital today. >> ken pritchett mentioned the
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balls. here is a live look at the military bowl, alicia keys just wrapped up. other stars are expected. usher, katy perry, stevie wonder and waiting to see the president and the first lady. if we see them we will check back in and for sure in 15 minutes. different turn out for a local gun exchange. why some gun owners gave up their fire arms even though there was no money in exchange. >> they made games, icons, but now atari is smiling smiling for bankruptcy. the benefit they hope to gain by admitting financial defeat. [ crickets chirping ]
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. a company that provides support for electric vehicles will operate without a ceo. they said the ceo is leaving after three months on the job and he will not be replaced. the company raised millions of dollars in funding. analysts say the business continues to post heavy losses. paypal has a plan to improve its fraud protection process. for years customers complained about the company freezing
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mounds when there is a risk of -- funds when there is a risk of fraud. they say they will roll out a over haul of the system within the next several months. atari is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy. the company was a trailblazer in developing video games. they are now focused on apps and internet based games. they hope to separate themselves from the their parent company and finded a buyer to go -- find a buyer to go public. in 2007 a law banned smoking in enclosed environments. researchers say before the law took effect the number of children hospitalized with asthma systems have been growing by 2.2%. within 12 months after the law
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was in place, hospitalizations fell 12%. the president has something going into his second term that he didn't have in his first, a graying head of hair. you can see these two portraits. the one on the left was in 2009 and the one on the right was last month. doctors say stress is to blame for a condition that cause as person to lose his hair and when it grows back it becomes gray. why some people turned in their weapons after the money ran out. >> cooler weather is headed to the bay area, what you can expect for tomorrow and when you may need the umbrella coming up.
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court papers endicate a teen was -- indicate a teen was annoyed with his mother before killing his family saturday. the information came in a statement filed ahead of the teen's court appearance tomorrow. investigators say he shot his parents and three siblings at the family house using guns that were kept in the home. the father was a pastor and active in programs with the fire department and county jail. fewer people handed ovguns after a dern out -- over guns
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at a gun turn out. ktvu's ann rubin is live now. >> reporter: authorities already gave out the $43,000 they had set aside for the gun buy back last week as well vouchers. so even without a cash incentive some gun owners showed up anyway. >> also protected pretty well. how about that steal? he is doing everything. this is it right here. david lee knocks it away. see what you have. is good. >> thank you so much. appreciate it. >> reporter: this was more than they expected. 30 guns surrendered to police. some big, some small, some not used in 40 years. >> i have grandchildren that
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come to my house. >> reporter: today was nothing compared to last tuesday, they collected 828 fire arms. they gave out all their money and vouchers. by the time today rolled around there was no cash left. so it went to gun turn in. >> it didn't bother me. i just wanted to get it out of the house. >> few people pulled away but most didn't mind. and this woman actually gave a donation along with her husband's gun. >> maybe it will encourage more people to bring their fire arms. >> reporter: they call the event a big success. >> the motivation is the same, get the fire arms out of the homes. >> reporter: that is why he came. >> with the mass shooting and plus it is martin luther king, jr. day and i don't know, felt like the right thing to do. >> reporter: they are still collecting money to pay for the
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vouchers they gave out last week. they got about 17,000 of the $61,000 they owe. they have set up a hot line and they hope to begin paying out money on february 15. live, ann rubin, ktvu channel 2 news. the union that represents state engineers is criticizing the inspection procedures for california's high-speed rail system. it requires companies hire their own inspectors to check the work. the inspectors would answer to the state but the state say they will have a conflict of interest. the contracts to build the first segment go out to bid this week. >> the parties have begun. we have been bringing you live pictures from the celebrations. this is the salute to heroes in washington, d.c. right now. you can see vice president joe
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biden. he had a busy day. the president, you can see right now, let's listen that military bowl, take a listen. >> felt pretty nice. [ cheers and applause ] >> i hope everybody is having a wonderful time. now those of you who are in uniform you look outstanding, your dates do look better, though. i just want to point this out. i am not going to give a long speech. what i really want to do is come down and express the extraordinary gratitude, not just of me, as your commander in chief, but more importantly the thanks of all the american people. i want to start by thanking some of our outstanding leaders
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who are here. our hosts, our senior enlisted adviser from all five branches of our military. [ cheers and applause ] >> the chairman of the joint chief of staff, who promised to sing sometime tonight. so you should hold him to that. the vice chairman and all of our outstanding members, our secretary of veterans affairs and vietnam veteran, and we are honored to be joined by extraordinary americans. our wounded warriors. >> you are listening to president obama speaking that ball, the military ball. you heard him there applauding the members of the military.
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this will be the only ball we will see the official presidential seal. >> sounds like people have r having a good time -- are having a good time. rosemary orozco now. >> hopefully you had a chance to enjoy it because the warm weather will be coming to an end. a look at the highs today. mid-60 in oakland. 60s redwood city. mid-60s san jose. hopefully you had the day off, had a chance to get out. ridge of high pressure breaking down. few days ago we were watching this system on the back side over here. last 12 hours. that is the loop on the system. you can see it nudging closer to the coast. wednesday morning cloudy, cool
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and rain. wednesday morning, sprinkles here. it will favor the north bay. 9:00 p.m., close to the golden gate. through the afternoon it doesn't go further than that. mostly cloudy everywhere. drizzle. sprinkles over the south bay. it will be the north bay that gets the brunt of this. wednesday night into thursday drying out. thursday and friday look dry. tonight, cold once again. high clouds in the forecast. humidity inching up. patchy fog and frost a possibility tomorrow morning. by the afternoon, increase in the clouds. and slightly cooler afternoon expected as well. over night lows, tomorrow morning, fair skies. patchy, valley fog.
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28 expected santa rosa. 30s around the peninsula. 43 san francisco. 44 pacifica. 62 oakland. above the seasonal average for this time of year. morgan hill 66. 70 degrees in santa cruz. transition tomorrow, it will be tuesday night into wednesday when the system pulls in and we notice the change. rain expected over the north bay. pulls out, thursday and friday dry but we will continue with cooler numbers and into the weekend scattered showers. >> thank you. stay with us. we will be right back. you can't move the tv there.
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the national basketball association confirmed the kings have been sold to seattle. the deal still needs approval from the board. the maloof family agreed to sell the franchise to a investor for $525 million. the team will change their name to the super sonics and move to seattle. surf is savoring his victory in the mavericks surf contest. he competed for 14 years against the best surfers in the world. till yesterday he never won. 12,000 people came to half moon
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bay to watch the competition. a san francisco surfer came in 4 4th place. coming up, washington, d.c. is home to a lot of parties tonight. back live to the nation's capital with the latest on the festivities. >> hear what is behind a proposal to tear down a san francisco freeway.
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